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Hose is connected to the front differential and is dragging on the ground where does the end hook-up too

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This hose is a vent hose for the differental, it hooks to the diff and then the other end goes no where, this hose should be higher than the diff, use a zip tie and just strap it up, there should of been a clip on the side of the frame that the hose clipped on to , it may have broke or just pulled out, try to locate the clip and pop hose back on or just tie it up out of the way but higher that the diff, also dont tie tight and leave a little slack so it wont pull hose down when the diff moves up and down, good luck and hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

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If it is the vent hose it just goes up and away from things like hot ex..or belts...ect..that would hert it

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Its breather hose for the diferential and as such just clip it back up with plastic tie to wherever it look right

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

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